Book your 2022 holiday in Australia with Wendy Wu Tours
Australia is often referred to as the ‘lucky country’ - a diverse landscape blessed with a striking coastline, a rugged red outback from which spiritual ancestors roamed the earth, to the vibrant flora and fauna from the forests dotted throughout. Whatever experience you wish to see, this great country of ours has it in spades.
Here’s our list of home-grown ‘must sees’ that will make you discover another piece of Australia in the comfort and style of a typical Wendy Wu Tours holiday.
Our travel experts are ready to talk to you about their own experiences, as well as offer advice on what adventure awaits you!
440 million years in the making, Kings Canyon offers a landscape like no other place on earth.
The heart of the Red Centre. An iconic Australian landmark. A spiritual ambience that will capture your heart.
An ancient land filled with the sounds of thundering waterfalls, rugged escarpments, endless views and the biggest heart.
A hidden secret. A smorgasbord of delectable delights. Yummy food! Boutique wine! Artisan cheese! Views! Come discover it for yourself.
Verdant coloured treetops, thundering waterfalls, indigenous tales told through the generations and finally, the sounds of the ocean. Welcome to paradise.
Where the outback and tropics unite, forming a region of undeniable beauty, indigenous culture and experiences you will not soon forget.
Home to some of Tasmania's most breath-taking scenery and unique Tasmanian wildlife.
Carving a path through ancient rainforest, Gordon River is packed with history and natural beauty.
A picturesque harbourside village nestled amongst the Tasmanian Wilderness. It has a beautiful charm, an abundance of local character and untold natural beauty.
Kata Tjuta, formerly known as Mount Olga, is a landmark that is just as fascinating as its neighbour, Uluru.
Home to an abundance of wildlife, spectacular natural scenery and a wide selection of local delicacies to sample.
With diverse habitats ranging from lush rainforest to swampy wetlands, the Atherton Tablelands is a bird watchers paradise.
Known as one of the Great Seven Wonders of the Natural world, the Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system on Earth.
Nestled within Australia's entire Northwest corner, the Kimberley region is an ancient landscape, home to our country's most precious wilderness regions.
Located within the Buccaneer Archipelago, Horizontal Falls must be seen to be believed, as powerful tidal movements rush through twin gorges of the McLarty Range.
Best known as the home of Iconic Wineglass Bay, its appeal stretches way beyond!
Step back in time to evoke our convict history. Port Arthur is a UNESCO World Heritage site that will enthral any visitor.
An unforgettable experience awaits as you cruise through the waters of the Indian Ocean and witness up close and personal the magnificent Humpback Whales.
Stretched along 22km of white, sandy beach of the Indian Ocean, its sparkling, turquoise waters will lure you with its beauty.